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The U.S. Census estimates that 9.2% of the population of Bismarck does not have the resources to support themselves or their families. But a nonprofit is hoping to change that.

Cheese curds and butter burgers are coming to the Capital City. Tuesday afternoon, officials broke ground on a new Culver's location in Bismarck.

University of Mary set to break ground this spring on new engineering school...

This spring, the University of Mary is planning to break ground on a new multi-million dollar engineering school....

Bank opens multimillion dollar building downtown

When companies erect buildings such as the new downtown First Western Bank & Trust, it illustrates how Bismarck is acting like the capital city...

New Sanford NICU to welcome babies starting Monday

On Monday more than a dozen babies at Sanford hospital will get a new home, in the newly constructed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit...

Bismarck Public Schools officially started construction on one of it's two elementary schools slated to be on the north side.

BPS breaks ground on new elementary school at northwest site

Bismarck Public Schools broke ground on one of its two new elementary schools, the one located in northwest Bismarck.

Bismarck Public Schools is breaking ground this week for one of two elementary schools planned in the northern part of the city.

Sanford Health to expand Bismarck surgical capacity, children's clinic

Sanford Health is building a same-day surgery center and expanding the Sanford Children's North Clinic, the health care provider announced.

A new park in Bismarck means more fun for families. Elk Ridge Park is the newest addition to the developing northwest part of the Capitol City.